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Status: Fixed
Closed: Apr 2014
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issue 313532

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CSS will-change

Project Member Reported by, Mar 25 2014

Issue description

(See for an overview)

Change description:
This adds a will-change CSS property, that can be used to signal that a particular property is likely to be changed in the future, or that an element’s content is likely to change.

Changes to API surface:
* new CSS property: will-change

Public standards discussion:,


Support in other browsers:
Firefox: Implemented behind a flag. tracks enabling will-change.

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Comment 2 by, Mar 25 2014

Summary: CSS will-change (was: CSS wil-change)
Status: Fixed
Marking as Fixed. 
Looks like we're all set here.  This feature looks like it'll track Chrome 36.

Link-drop for the curious:
And, for what it's worth, will-change is now a First Public Working Draft, set to proceed to LC/CR in a month or two:

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